Notice of Allowance Cancelled
U.S. Trademark Application Notice of Allowance Cancelled
NOTICE OF ALLOWANCE - CANCELLED; allowance cancelled; trademark allowed; notice of allowance cancelled; allowance canceled; noa cancelled; published for opposition; statement of use due; extension of time to file statement of use; extension due; sou due; extend sou; trademark approved; trademark published; published for opposition; trademark refusal withdrawn; approved trademark; trademark approval; federal trademark application; federal trademark registration
Your application was allowed. However, the allowance was cancelled This is rare, but is not necessarily a major obstacle. An Allowance is issued when a trademark has been approved by the Examining Attorney and also gone without opposition after being published. If allowance is cancelled, it might mean that a technical glitch showed allowance prematurely. It could also mean that a party filed an opposition that was not logged on time. Whatever the case, this status takes your application out of "allowance" and you will receive a notification of your new status from the USPTO in due course.
You can reach your examiner directly to inquire about the status. See your office action or other documents from the USPTO for the assigned examiner. Also, you can find your trademark file on the USPTO database and see the assigned examiner information there.